Media Presentation Center

An ITS and Library Collaboration

The Multimedia Presentation Center (MPC) is a state-of-the-art computing facility equipped with cutting-edge hardware and software, as well as a full range of support services, specifically designed for authoring multimedia-enhanced presentations.

The MPC is located in Lamson Library and follows the same hours of operation.  The current library hours and break schedule are always available.

Please direct any questions or inquiries about Information Desk professional staff. helpdesk@plymouth.edu, x2911

An overview of MPC Services

The MPC is equipped to support a wide variety of multimedia-enhanced presentation formats including:
• Medium format color laser printing
• Web content with audio, video and animation
• PowerPoint with audio and video
• CD and DVD

Using material from a variety of sources including
• Text and graphics
• Audio
• Video
• Multimedia Libraries

To produce multimedia presentations suitable for:

• Seminars
• Conferences
• Demonstrations
• Web Delivery

Link to MPC Hardware/Software

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